Dr. Strangelove - How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
Directed by Stanley Kubrick Produced by Stanley Kubrick Screenplay by Stanley Kubrick Peter George Terry Southern Based on Red Alert by Peter George Starring Peter Sellers George C. Scott Sterling Hayden Keenan Wynn Slim Pickens Music by Laurie Johnson Cinematography Gilbert Taylor Editing by Anthony Harvey Studio Hawk Films Distributed by Columbia Pictures Release date(s)
January 29, 1964
Running time 90 minutes Country United Kingdom, United States
May 26, 2020 Subject:
One of the best, if not the best, movie/s ever made
Does simply too well to describe how and why our nation currently deserves what's happening to it
And even if you take that part out, the acting & camera angles so legendary that it still doesn't matter. On the other hand, we still can't forget the rubber smooth transitions between different scenes. It's also fascinating how only a few of these actors can so stinking easily portray several men so dang perfectly. This movie is practically too good.
November 25, 2019 Subject:
This is a very good movie. my only complaint is that the audio is not stereoscopic.
A lot of things said in the Movie are still valid today, even though its been decades old.
Dr. Strangelove, the Ex-German's loyalty to Hitler.
The Stereotypical Bomber commander with his cowboy attitude.
And our mad Commander Jack Ripper.
All come together in this Satire about the Cold War.
November 27, 2018 Subject:
Golden Wisdom !
Excellent ! This type of movies instills wisdom necessary for the human society.This movie injects some very valuable messages - The trap of Nuclear Bomb is the most destructive one. This trap has been created by evil,stupid & power loving rascals. It is easy to destroy but hard to create.
June 12, 2018 Subject:
Excellent movie - revisited.
November 7, 2016 Subject:
A B52 routine-flight turns into a real case of nuclear combat.